There’s no doubting that statistics are important in fantasy baseball. You can’t succeed without understanding the stats and properly valuing players. But the advent of advanced stats and now StatCast data has had one detrimental effect. We’re so deluged with deep statistical dives into every player, that the industry has turned it’s back to some extent on just what it takes to win the game. This post will hopefully address that issue. The links below are all focused exclusively on Fantasy Baseball Draft Strategy.
We’ll do our best to include links for each of the ever-increasing formats we’re seeing in fantasy baseball. As always if you think we’re missing something, let us know in the comments below or use our Link Submission Page.
For now I’ve included links from the 2019 season. Once the content starts flowing for 202 I’m sure I’ll have plenty more for your fantasy enjoyment.
Fantasy Baseball Draft Strategy for 2020
… Coming Soon
Draft Strategy for 2019
- 9 Fantasy Baseball Draft Tips – Doug Anderson, FantraxHQ.com
- Follow these tips for a successful fantasy draft – Fred Zinkie, MLB.com
- Fantasy Baseball Draft Strategy – Chris Liss, RotoWire
- Draft Strategy: Focus on Hitters Early – Michael Waterloo, FantasyPros
- My perfect draft strategy for Points, Rotisserie and Head-to-Head Categories leagues – Heath Cummings, CBS Sports
- Why You Should Target Injury-Prone Pitchers (Sometimes) – Elliott Baas, RotBaller
- Draft your way to optimal daily decisions – Todd Zola, ESPN
- Draft Speed or Pound the Power – Ariel Cohen, RotoGraphs
- A Piece of Advice On Drafting Starting Pitching – Rudy Gamble, Razzball.com
- Fantasy Baseball Draft Strategy: Keeper/Dynasty leagues – Matthew Selz, Fantasy Alarm (via Sporting News)
- What happens if you draft pitchers first? – Natty Wallach, Fake Teams
- Best Ball Drafting Strategies For Fantasy Baseball (Video) – Fantasy BFFs, FNTSY
- 5 Tips to a Successful Season – Bill Pivetz, FanSided
- Draft Strategy: A Beginners guide – Fantasy Blockbuster
- Fantasy Baseball Draft Strategy: MLB’s New Schedule – Justin Mason, Fantasy Alarm
Again we’ll only be able to make this entire site work with your help. As they say, it takes a community to raise a fantasy baseball site. They did say that, right? Anywho, if we’ve missed something let us know in the comments below.